BUENOS AIRES, May 18 (Reuters) - Argentina's April industrial production grew at both a non-seasonally adjusted and seasonally adjusted rate of 6.8 percent from a year ago, and rose 0.5 percent from March, the Economy Ministry said on Friday. The non-seasonally adjusted 6.8 percent figure was slightly below the 7.0 median forecast in a Reuters poll of 13 local and international analysts.
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